lol that's awesome. I always viewed money as an obstacle for the perfect world as well. What if someone doesn't have money, but has fish. Are you going to turn down their basic needs and a food resource because he cannot pay with worthless green paper. Money as a concept is absolutely worthless, until you turn it into something, which takes away the point of money altogether. the world would be better off if we went back to bartering where there doesn't have to be a thousand unnecessary steps, and people can just pay in what they produce in their trade. Whenever I make minecraft servers with an organized government, the first thing I do is take away any sort of currency, or if there must be a currency, trade any for it or trade it for anything based on it's worth. Another obstacle I see in the creation of a perfect world is that people are judged based on numbers rather than actual ability. In today's society, things are all about money, looks, and age, and that just doesn't seem right. So also in my minecraft servers I take away the number thing and make people take a test to calculate their overall ability and offer training classes rather than traditional education. I think education should be active and allow people to brainstorm and be creative rather than making it all about sitting around and listening to a teacher lecture about boring and inefficient stuff and then damn anybody that doesn't have a certain way of thinking. There's a lot of things I would change, but the common belief is that whatever works shouldn't be tinkered with, so it's be impossible to start a revolution for change without overthrowing the government and forcing people to make it happen, which I would never do for any amount of change unless society was completely terrible. lol sorry for the long rant. I'm glad to have found someone that thinks like me
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whoops sorry @Destiny , forgot to quote. just mentioning you so you don't think I'm ignoring you.